Hell Here Now
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|Sat 24 Apr ’10, 2:00pm||
|Sun 25 Apr ’10, 1:30pm||
|Mon 26 Apr ’10, 3:00pm||
Where: PATAKA Art + Museum, Cnr Parumoana and Norrie St, Porirua - Mana
Restrictions: All Ages
- Free event but bookings required: $0.00
- Booking fees may apply
Event listed by: MCH Admin
Pataka presents 'Hell Here Now', A musical interpretation of the Gallipoli diary of Alfred Cameron by Wellington musicians Catherine Mckay, Slava Fainitiski and Brenton Veitch with readings from the diary by Robin Kerr.
'This performance will feature Alfred Hill's recently rediscovered Trio in A Minor showing the imperial optimism of the New Zealand that Alfred Cameron was leaving. The second piece, the, the Faure Elegy, shows Cameron's despair at the loss of his friends and what the historian Chris Pugsley has called, 'the stark reality of a group of amateur citizen soldiers facing wars reality for the first time. And there was nothing glorious about it. It was mistake, blunder, muddle, death and disease.'
The performance takes place in front of Bob Kerr's large painting of Gallipoli.
Performance is free but limited to 30 seats per performance so booking is essential.
Telephone Pataka reception 04 237 1511 to confirm your place.